Akira Toriyama Expresses Dissatisfaction With DRAGON BALL SUPER
Recently, Japan's V Jump magazine published Dragon Ball 30th Anniversary Super History Book, a celebration of three decades of arguably, Japan's most famous manga IP. Within said magazine were a few quotes from Dragon Ball creator, Akira Toriyama, which reflected his dissatisfaction with where his beloved manga has had a few shortcomings in transitioning to anime and film. "Inside, I've been upset at Dragon Ball in the past, as well as the live-action film that came later," said Toriyama. He continued, "I've revised the script for the anime film and I've complained about the quality of the TV anime. Maybe someday it'll be a work that I'll like so much that I won't be able to leave it alone."
Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball mangaka has recently expressed that he's not happy with the quality of the new DBZ anime, Dragon Ball Super. He also takes another shot at the utterly regrettable live-action film, Dragon Ball: Evolution.
While Dragon Ball Super has yet to premiere here in the States, report from overseas state that the new Dragon Ball Z anime is rife with animation errors. Perhaps they'll be fixed before the series is distributed internationally by FUNimation next year.
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